Find the Cure

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. So many women, and even men, are devastated by this disease, that I want to spend the month focusing on this war. There have been battles won and battles lost, and I want to share those stories with you.

This war landed on our doorstep in the fall of 2004, hitting so close to home that the earth shook beneath our feet. Just a few short months later, in 2005, we lost a battle with Breast Cancer. My mother-in-law, Patricia Ann Duncan, succumbed to the disease. The effects of that has left scars on all those in our family and I am hoping to share some of those with you.

I am hoping to share with you some “Memories of Patty” this month, as well as other stories from those on the front lines, and those who have walked miles with those on the front lines. This is for Patty, and those who have a story to tell about pink ribbons.

If you would like to be a guest blogger for this month, if you have a story to tell, or if you knew Patty, please contact me so that we can work out the guest posting details and spread the word about Breast Cancer.

 [contactform submit=”I would love to be a guest blogger” bgColor=”#FFD8F4″ textColor=”#002123″]Thank you for contacting me. I will get in touch with you soon![/contactform]

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